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was, is there any chance with all the other news with the fess cal cliff, with everything else that, we can sustain the level of outrage long enough for a task force to produce legislation that can pass? >> i think if it was ever going to happen, it will happen now. we're seeing things we have never seen the president do, and we're seeing thing in congress we haven't seen quite at this level. i mean, the president for the first time in his entire time in the white house is actually talking about gun control, period. that alone is progress. the only things he has done to date in the white house were to pass two laws that actually expanded gun rights. >> right. >> now he has a task force. it's led by joe biden. he has already convened it twice. he has met with law enforcement officials, with mayors, and more excitingly, you've got people on the hill already announcing bills that are going to put forward on day one of the new congress. we've got senator feinstein proposing an assault weapons ban. we've got someone else with a high capacity ammunition clips. think it's maybe lautenberg,
. there is a plit will cal arm wrestling part of this, and there is what will unfold over the next 24 hours in how can they reach a deal. sources in both parties are telling me that part of the sticking point right now is where to set the income threshold and what happens to estate taxes. speaker boehner is saying that the sequester, that big ugly word for automatic cuts makes sure that it is going to stay in and meaning spending cuts which would change the game going forward because those big spending cuts could lead to jobs and issues that will be probably some of the unforeseen consequences of what happens here. the cut are important, because if the taxes are raised the republicans want to be able to argue that they were able to cut government spending. so while this is an important part, there are many chapters that are going to be happening over the next 24 hours, and we will see if they can get it done. the goal to have something ready to look at by sunday. >> thank you, kelly. my eyes did not glaze over, honestly. this has been a rough couple of weeks for john boehner and hard to believe he
it down like that and just come up with an lit cal way of dealing with it, it can work. >> yes, and there is a great analogy out there that if you take out in a airplane from california to new york, and you are off by one degree, you end up in canada. so if you take off course even slightly, you will be off course gradually. >> and we were talking that they had five top retailers and they were spending more time on the other others, and you have to cut them out. >> can i plug the book? i won't ask you, because in the "pumpkin plan" i talk about the vine vines. if you want to grow the big pumpkin, you have to get rid of the rotting ones to allow the nutrients to go to the big one. get rid of the diseased vendors. >> but before you do, ask them why it is not working out. and sometimes with an unhappy customer, they can be a great source of information and find out what they are not liking to fix the problem. >> and contacts are so important and they were manufacturing in turkey, because one moved there and they could not do it, and they could not find a way to do it and cost effi
po policies where the rhetoric cal mouths are. >> if you look at the plan that they are raising to the president, $2.2ç trillion in eligibility medicare age. the plan that ryan is a part of, the team pushing this plan doesn't speak to the rhetoric that he gave in that speech last night. >> well, you know, you brought up sununu in your comment james and last time i was here i said romney and karl rove need to run off into the sunset together. they are yesterday's party and it's scary to think that this guy was romney's top surrogate speaking all over the place for him. that's probably why he failed. but it's irrelevant to talk about these voices because that's not the future. you do have to give it some time. of course they are going to put out exactly what they want. they know that they are not going to get everything that they are asking for but they are going to put out everything that they can. obviously we're going to come to some sort of deal and i'll keep pointing to the fact that it's going to take time and it's going to take time for our leaders, or lack thereof to fin
and vomiting. the flu comes on fast, so ask your doctor about tamiflu. prescription for flu. >>> metaphor cal, plethora of governors and, of course, hermanator. a few of the top moments from the past year on this show. >> i'm a brother looking for a cigar in a fireplace. >> stuck your hand in the mashed potatoes at the dinner table everyone else starts running their hands through the mashed potatoes. >> what do you make of newt gingrich's comments of mine norts this country? >> nothing. >> you made a terrific point. >> thank you. >> 8.3% unemployment. >> this governor or this governor? >> as a former lieutenant governor i'm sitting here -- >> expression in my profession called flump sweat. >> i would like to have a pro forma session on the show. >> i'm about to get into my coin collection store. and -- when i used to collect coins -- >> this is ratings gold. >> this is called budget circles and more like bill maher puts pit budget circles. can you feel your ratings going up? can you feel the people tuning in? >> we have go to break. >> awesome. that means i don't get killed by nico nicole. >>
fanatics, being as fa nat cal as they are, might not even do what most of us assume they would do if we went over the curb and eventually come around. in other words, even the republicans as a whole are taking a shellacing in the polls, individual republicans, when they go back to their districts, they're most worried about being attacked from the right, having a primary challenger in 2014 from the right. so it's not exactly clear right now that the democrat strategy which i have been touting and you have been touting and most of us assume will be the strategy if we go over the curb, that is, come up with a bill that provides a middle class tax relief retroactive to the first of january, it's not 100% sure that's going to work any longer now that we know now fanatical the fanatics are. >> john, tell me how the republicans who refuse to go on with the boehner plan b could somehow, between now and new year's eve, go along with something else that was possibly less attractive to them. what is the story that they would then tell that they felt they couldn't tell last week? i'm just having t
raise taxes on the top 2% and have a healthy figures cal policy going forward. >> i was just looking at the wage numbers this morning. i noticed something really quite disturbing and it amplifies both what you were saying martin and something james said earlier. if you actually look at the year-over-year wage growth of nominal wages, they're actually growing for middle income workers now. the kind of workers you're talking about here, not the corporate profit beneficiaries, their wage growth is the lowest on record year-over-year than at any time in this survey which began in the mid 1960s. so contrast that with your corporate profit point and think about in the context of taking the payroll tax break out of the system. that's $1,000 bucks for a median earner. >> an attack on the middle class. professor james peterson and jared bernstein, thank you so much. >>> next the gop civil war. yes, this tilt is a little more lively than the war on christmas. stay with us. >> time for the your business entrepreneur of the week. lauren wanted to introduce the corrine dish kimchi to mainstream a
. our commitment has never been stronger. >>> so which plitle cal story will make headlines in the next 24 hours? msnbc contributor, washington post editorial writer, best-dresed man in washington, d.c. jonathan kaye part joins me now. it's getting less attention than before the election, but we have the november jobs report out tomorrow. >> right. go figure. you hear all about these numbers in september and october. the november jobs numbers come out tomorrow. remember, a 7.9% in october, 7.8% in september, 8.1% in august. tomorrow we get to find out what the numbers were in november, and whether there are any revisions up or down on previous job reports. >> president obama not unaware of the report coming out. he's meeting with a family talking about jobs. so not to be -- not terribly surprising. thank you for your time. >> thanks a lot, chris. >> and that does it for this edition of "andrea mitchell reports." andrea is back tomorrow, never fear. remember, follow the show online and on twitter. i love andrea's twitter feed particularly during washington redskins games @andreareports.
will cepheus cal conservatives outraged and so this is kind of a high risk game, i believe, for boehner right now. >> is there any deal that wouldn't explode the tea party? >> well, yeah. >> what would be the deal? >> the deal that wouldn't explode it is if you cut a lot of spending and you don't all of a sudden raise taxes to a higher tax rate. i think they would be fine getting rid of some of the loopholes, but if this goes to where it's just higher tax rates on the rich and very little spending cuts, they little reform, i think there will be huge outrage. >> how about a sizable adjustment in entitlements, a big -- billions of dollars in cuts in regular spending, appropriations spending, and a reduction in the rich person's tax rate, a rise to 37% or 38%, would that sell with the right or not? >> i think there's a chance if they would see real reform, real cuts, more than what the president was saying, 2.5 times of cuts for every tax increase, but what they don't want are tax increases now and future cuts. that's not going to work. >> okay. thank you. just want to know what the rules were i
that is a fact that both sides agree on. >> david, in two months of this new first cal year, you have achieved $30 billion more in revenue, but 16% increase in spending. it is a spending problem. and the president wants to increase taxes to continue the spending. he proposed a plan that put a new spend list in that added more than just the top two rates' worth in the first year. that's the problem with washington. >> and i want to get to the spending and the entitlement question in just a moment, but i want to stay on tax rates for one minute. congressman, there are members of your own party who are saying privately, some publicly, just fold on the tax rates so that conservatives can get a better deal. just this week on "morning joe" on msnbc, here is tom coburn, republican conservative from oklahoma, and this is what he had to say. >> personally, i know we have to raise revenue. i don't really care which way we do it. actually, i would rather see the rates go up than do the other way because it gives us greater chance to change the tax code. >> if you close tax loopholes, you have a fairer pr
advertisement loudness mitigation act with the soothing akron nick kcronym cal. it said you have to mitigate the loudness of your tv commercials so they are not dramatically louder than the other things on tv. after time to create the standards and give stations a chance to comply, the calm act goes into effect tonight at midnight. after midnight, if the station you are watching plays a commercial that is much louder than the program it is sponsoring you get to complain to the fcc and the offending station gets in trouble and it gets fixed. it is simple, useful. our current congress, the 112th congress, is now in its lame duck session. it is on track to be the least productive congress ever in the history of the united states. even less productive than the famous do-nothing congress that st
this thing about abraham lincoln if congressman fleming had kept his store cal analysis focused exclusively on the period beginning with the 1913 constitutional amendment allowing for income taxation but he had to go and mention abraham lincoln. as republicans love to do, republicans love to mention abraham lincoln, because abraham lincoln was a republican and because 21st first century republicans know that abraham lincoln is the only republican that many americans admire. abraham lincoln is also the only republican president, indeed the only president who has ever gotten a republican house of representatives to raise income taxes. republicans didn't just establish the very first income tax as i just described under president lincoln. two years later, they raised the rates. they doubled the top tax rate from 5% to 10%. that's back when republicans were responsible. 150 years ago. the last time a republican house of representatives won a war was the civil war. they couldn't have done it without raising income taxes. in that 1913 constitutional amendment that finally and forever cemented con
led house and senate in september of 2008 and said we had a cal crisis that could thread a depression if we did not act, as you recall the minority of republicans or the majority of republicans did not support their own president. but the majority of democrats, a handy majority of democrats did support president bush because we thought the country was in crisis and needed help. not in a partisan way but in a bipartisan way and we were there. i think that would be the same in working with john boehner if, in fact, he can get significant numbers of people and reach an agreement with the president. >> steny hoyer, thanks so much. happy holidays to you, if you can have any holiday. we wish you well. >> we're here ready to work. thank you, andrea. happy holidays to you and to your viewers. >> thanks very much again. that want does it for us a very busy edition of "andrea mitchell reports." we'll take a few days off. my friend tamron hall as a look on "news nation." >> coming up right now in the meantime in our next hour one week after the shootings at newtown the nra comes out with its sol
an endorsement from cal penn to be the person selected to take senator inouye's seat. >> she can be an answer to a trivia question. who is a representative-elect and never served a day in office and became senator. that's incredible. some day. jonathan, thank you so much. we appreciate that. that does it for this edition of andr"andrea mitchell reports." my colleague has a look at what's next on "news nation." what do you have, my friend. it never gets old. we miss you here. >> we miss being in d.c. happy holidays. in a few hours, president obama will be leaving highway high early. he will be heading back to the fiscal cliff gridlock in d.c. house speaker john boehner has not called members back to the house in d.c. yet. just days ago he looked to avoid a fiscal cliff. will a deal get done? a newspaper under heavy criticism now for publishing the names of local gun permit legal local gun permit holders online. details on that are next on n "news nation." e reached the age where you don't back down from a challenge. this is the age of knowing how to make things happen. so, why let erectile dys
heartburn. >> minutes from now president obama will make a statement on the status of the fess cal cliff negotiations. this is as vice president joe biden and senate republican leader mitch mcconnell are reportedly inching closer to a deal. joining me now to talk about all that is politico's editor in chief john harris. john, just to start, nbc's white house reporter kristen welker says this is not obama nouning that a deal has been reached. >> he is trying to keep the pressure on with the deadline just hours away. he is going to emphasize his message that he has had all along about they need to get a deal that protects the middle class. i may even hear talk that there might be middle class families with him as kind of a stage -- not to say stage propz, but -- >> way to drive the point home. so let's talk about -- with the acknowledgment -- it's hypothetical, but let's talk about the fact that the reporting from nbc now suggests that anybody that makes above $400,000, individual, and $450,000 as a family will see their taxes go up to the 39.6% rate. everybody below that will retain the t
. the secretary of state has done so as well. if check cal weapons are used, this becomes a red line and becomes something as the president said a few months ago, changes his cal cue louse. i think we have been out there very clearly saying that use chemical weapons and everything is going to change in terms of the possibility of american intervention. >> we have been talking about those words. what is the u.s. willing to do? are we specifically talking act boots on the ground? >> i suspect we are not talking boots on the ground. there are probably ways to get at this without that, probably from the air. i think we are probably also coordinating closely with turkey, jordan and israel because all of those countries have a profound concern, if in fact, chemical weapons are used or control is lost. >> when we talk about the chemical weapon, there's an article that says they are skeptical that reports are accurate. there may be no evidence showing assad is planning to use them if he had them. are you concerned that we have going to see what we saw a repeat of ten years ago with iran? >> no. this is
about that. in office politics, alex talks to nis cal christophe with a tale of two receipts that will shock you. >> thanks, soec much. thomas. our favorite golden girl. olympic superstar gabrielle douglas joins us live. introducing zzzquil sleep-aid. it's not for colds, it's not for pain, it's just for sleep. because sleep is a beautiful thing. ♪ zzzquil, the non-habit forming sleep-aid from the makers of nyquil. this reduced sodium soup says it may help lower cholesterol, how does it work? you just have to eat it as part of your heart healthy diet. step 1. eat the soup. all those veggies and beans, that's what may help lower your cholesterol and -- well that's easy [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. >>> okay. something cool happened on friday. i ran into gabrielle douglas at 30rock. she vaulted into our hearts and into history at the olympic game this is summer. she became the first african-american to win a gold in both the individual all around and team competitions in the same olympics. now, as i revealed in my interview with dominique dawes just
lost his race, but he may be getting his seat back especially when you look at the cal before candidates. >> best week and a tough week, and i agree with perot that one is the state of min has entered the 21st century and issued the first gay marriage and that's great. the first week is struggling americans, low-income americans especially. left we forget while we talk about politics and we have people unemployed who are on the verge of losing unemployment insurance because it's being you used as a political pawn and incurring payroll tax hikes in a couple of days and we have medicare and social security and those things that may be looming in february. >> blake, susan, perry, happy new year to you all. i need to leave it there. in for alex witt this weekend. i'm t.j. holmes. craig melvin will take you through the next couple of hours here on msnbc. ll app. pretty sweet, huh? cute. but don't you have any apps on your phone that can make your life easier? who do you think i am, quicken loans? at quicken loans, we'll provide you with myql mobile. this amazingly useful app allows
cue men cal service tonight believe would will be very part of this long and difficult healing process. alex? >> something that struck me, chris, about robbie parker, the father of 6-year-old emilie, he also talked about his concern about the lanza family and how difficult this must be for them, for both peter, the father, and ryan, adam's older brother. is that a sentiment that you hear echoed in that area as well because nancy lanza was part of this community? >> you know, i think that my impression is and i don't want to pretend to speak for everyone, although i have spoken with quite a few members of this community. they are focused on the victims, but twlen is talk of adam lanza, when there is talk of his mother, nancy, i think it is remarkable that people do have a sense of already forgiveness, if i can use that word, that they understand that the other people who may be family our friends, that they are suffering as well. we did get a statement for the first time last night from adam lanza's father, offering his sympathies to all the people. and saying that he doesn't understand
in columbine and virginia tech, and it still happened. it's the most nonsensue cal distraction. >> aim a virginia tech graduate. we had armed guards and our own police force, and it still didn't stop it. >> conventional wisdom says you shouldn't have guns in your home with young children. here we talk about tons of young children in schools. bring more guns into these institutions. >> it's crazy. >> it defies logic. >> the austin american statesman, the man credited for stopping the university of texas sniper shootings has passed away. in 1966 charles whitman killed 14 people and wounded 32 more on ut's campus before he was stopped by police officer houston mccoy. mccoy passed away yesterday at the age of 72. in an interview with the paper, mccoy said he does not want what he did that day to define him. i remember that day as vividly as if it were last week. i mean, there's something truly sad about our culture that we have these tombstones of memory in our mind so horrific. we have newtown, columbine, virginia tech, charles whitman, and we had stockweather in nebraska years ago. it go
's big. alex comes back. >> drove back. >> and he works. >> drove from b.d.c. >> he's like cal ripken jr. what's the t.j. analogy? >> he's billy ripken. i'm not knocking billy ripken. he didn't have the streak. >> who's somebody that gets hit and leaves the game? here's the bears' quarterback. what's his name again? >> cutler. >> easy, easy. no, no, no. cutler's tough. cutler's tough. >> yeah, remember when he sat on the sidelines in a playoff game. >> his leg was torn up. come on. >> i got it. >> mark sanchez. >> t.j.'s glad to be on the sidelines. >> give sanchez a clip board. >> msnbc political analyst, harold ford jr. is here. >> good morning. i play hurt. >> you do play hurt. what do you play? >> hurt. >> so is that the policy if there's a christmas party the night before, we don't have to come to work the next day? >> it is if you're t.j. >> i'm out of here. >> because my uncle frank's getting some people together tonight. >> we have to prepare, actually. >> so, yeah. so i won't be here tomorrow. t.j., what are you doing? >> he's phoning it in. not that we don't love dave. dave's g
of play, moderate gun owners have become convinced by the nra and other, even moorad cal gun organizations such as gun owners of america, that the goal of all gun safety advocates is to take aware their guns. these owners view even the most reasonable gun-safety proposals with suspicion, fearing a slippery slope to a ban on firearms. this paranoia is what gives the gun lobby its power." and there really is a lot of fear among gun owners. >> well -- >> in certain areas. >> -- when you have gun organizations after barack obama is elect the first same saying they're going to take all your guns away and then they repeat it after he gets elected a second time and people rush out and start buying guns, yeah, there is that paranoia. i think mark halperin, if you're really there -- do i have mark halperin -- maybe i need to do this with everybody that i toss so. i'm going to say a name and then you go check. mark halperin. >> halperin. >> check. >> okay, i can go to him. so mark, chuck schumer, i think, goes to great lengths to tell liberals, to tell progressives, hey, listen, you're not going to
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